As Valentine's Day gets closer and closer I'm reminded of a candy bar my Grandmother told me about. It was a $.05 candy bar called the "Love Nest". My grandpa used to hide one in her apron pocket after he'd been to town. This was a classic nut roll recipe: a fudge center with caramel, peanuts and then chocolate on the outside. Two candy bars still being made today that would be similar in composition would be the Baby Ruth and Oh Henry! candy bars.
The sad thing about long forgotten candy bars is that sometimes history dies with them. It is thought that there have been over 100,000 candy bars made and sold in North America. With that many bars, it's not going to be possible to find information on all of them. I tried my best Google-Fu and came up short on information about this bar. If you have more information on this candy bar, please leave a comment. I do know that the Love Nest candy bar was made by The Euclid Candy Company of Cleveland, Ohio. I did find a great picture of a Love Nest advertisement on Flickr though!